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Nov 14, 2012 11:00pm PST
to resign. >>> if you have a prius, you might have a problem. thousands of the toyota hybrids are being recalled. the recall involves 670,000 of its 2004 to 2009 models. all of the cars are being recalled because of metal used in the steering come opponent. it could wear out and cause steering problems. about half of those cars are also being recalled to replace faulty electric water pumps. toyota said it is not aware of any accidents in the united states related to this recall. >>> new at 11:00, they act like taxis but they're not. and there in lies the problem with popular ride sharing apps. they are thousands of new users but they're also attracting state regulators who say they're illegal. nbc's bay area has more on one new start one that is navigating that roadblock. >> reporter: there are lots of choices when it come to getting around in the bay area. in san francisco, lift rolled into traffic in july. an on demand ride service. >> this is in many ways the evolution of a bulletin board ride board that existed on college campuses decades ago. >> reporter: the co-founder john zimmer
Nov 8, 2012 11:00pm PST
sacala says several years ago he read online about using the toyota prius as a source of power. when the recent storms hit the east coast he decided you know what, i have a prius, i'll give it a try. he bought a few accessories, a couple of extension cords, and voila, take a look. he was back in action. >> he had an inverter, electrical inverter, that i plugged into the cigarette lighter. it enabled me to power lights and television, a laptop. >> he did it. he did all of that on just 3/4 of a tank of gas. sock-love says his prius helped him get through the worst of hurricane sandy and the storm. the power came back on in his storm just a few hours ago. >> just like an episode of "revolution." >>> an outpouring of support for a family devastated by hurricane sandy. a 19-year-old rutgers student lost both of her parents in that storm. now she's decided to leave school to raise her three younger siblings. zoe everett turned to a website called wish upon a to tell her story and to ask for $5,000 in donations so that she could keep her family afloat while their financial assets a
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